In 2012, 60 Girl Scouts earned the Girl Scout Gold Award, the highest recognition a girl in grades 9-12 can earn. We held the Girl Scout Gold Award Pinning Ceremony and Luncheon on Saturday, May 5, 2012, at the Aladdin Shrine Center in Columbus.
We are tremendously proud of the Girl Scouts who have earned the Gold Award. They have conceived and carried out projects that have made a lasting impact on our world. We have no doubt they will continue to use the leadership skills they have gained through Girl Scouting to benefit the global community for many years to come. Would you like to be inspired? You may read more about each recipient's project here.